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Green beans with blistered tomatoes and toasted almonds

With a husband who has limited taste when it comes to vegetables, I find green beans on my dinner menu quite often. Green beans, along with asparagus and a green salad, are staples in the rotation and I’m often challenged with different ways to make them interesting. When it comes to green beans, it’s usually a variation of the recipe I’m about to share–mainly because I know the hubs will eat it. Hey, there’s nothing wrong with the default setting, right? 

The toasting of the almonds and the blistering of the tomatoes elevates the basic dish with very little effort. Take the time to toast the almonds-I promise you won’t be disappointed! There’s so much flavor and texture going on in this dish that I don’t really find the need to add salt or pepper. Feel free to add if so desired. 


[yumprint-recipe id=’10’] Disclaimer: I’ve been compensated for this post as a member of the Wal-Mart Fresh Crew Blogger Team. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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  • Debra Rose
    Posted at 13:03h, 23 September

    I’m really drawn to red right now – anything with tomatoes looks so appealing! Thanks for this simple but delicious looking recipe. Great little side dish.

    • Robin
      Posted at 13:06h, 23 September

      Thanks, Debra. Me, too! I’m so happy that tomatoes have made a flavor comeback this past year….I couldn’t even bring myself to buy them the last few years…Hope you enjoy!

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